Adjustable pedal stop limits travel of the clutch pedal to prevent over-stroking the pressure plate. Properly adjusting the pedal stop is the most critical aspect of installing a Tilton racing clutch.
Improper adjustment will cause over-stroking, which in turn will cause significant damage to the clutch assembly because the throw-out bearing will push the diaphragm spring into the disc, damaging the diaphragm spring, the throw-out bearing, and bending the discs. The clutch will then not release, requiring replacement of all the damaged parts.
This MM-designed pedal stop mounts to the pedal box. It is then adjusted to allow just enough pedal travel to disengage the clutch, but no more. Proper adjustment will prevent over-stroking the clutch assembly and damaging it.
The appropriate adjustable clutch pedal stop is included in the MM-Tilton clutch kits.